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of iowa was facing a potential shutdown, i said we're going to do whatever we can try to provide services as best we can. fortunately the legislature came through and ended up reaching an agreement, a budget. i have a split legislature just congress is split. i have a republican house and a democratic controlled senate. it was not an easy process. but we got the job done. it was close to the deadline. but it was accomplished. i expect the president and the congress to resolve this as well. one more ask you question on this. do you think that the tea party conservatives in the house have been too unwilling to compromise? >> well, i think the people that were elected in 2010 came in with a real message from the voters. and that is, we need to dramatically change washington. we cannot continue business as usual. we can't spend a dollar for every 60 cents that comes in, in revenue. so i think they've come in with a real message from their constituents and feel strongly that things need to change. they saw a democratic congress. saw before that a republican congress. both of which spent way mo
a republican governor, terry branstad, on your screen right now -- that is iowa's governor. thanks for being here. let me introduce our two questioners. dan has covered politics for a long time with the "washington post." dan, we start with you. >> thank you. welcome. washington is consumed right now with the debate over what to do about raising the debt ceiling. i wonder what the consequences are for your stated this deadline of tuesday is not met. them a first and foremost, i guess i would say that i, like governors all across the country, have made the tough decisions and balanced our state budget. i inherited a real financial mess when i was elected last year. we came to office with a plan to get our finances in order and spend less than we take in, and we went through a long and tough session, but we got that accomplished. we passed a two-year budget for the first time in a long time, and we have projected out to five years that we have a balanced budget, spending less than we spent last year, spending less than we take in each year. the federal government has for many years been spendi
in iowa with more on the way. we'll get a clearer picture on which candidates are leaving that part of the race. carl cameron is on the money patrol. >> mitt romney and president obama were raising campaign cash in pennsylvania today. romney blasted the president where mr. obama in 2009 touted his stimulus package. >> as you see the weeds growing and windows boarded up it's a symbol of failure of obama economic policies. >> at midnight the money chase ends hoping to bank a $60 million, the president holds two fundraisers in philadelphia bringing a total to 37, that's seven times the number of fundraisers george w. bush held. romney is expected to leaded g.o.p. pack with 15 to 20 million-dollar banging 10 million in one day of dialing for dollars. no other republicans expected to break 10 million. ron paul is tracking progress on the web toward a $5 million goal by midnight. newt gingrich was carrying a million in debt weeks ago when two fundraiser quit. michele bachmann is a proven fundraiser, her debate performs increased her hall but having just become a candidate she's just getti
of the a.m.s straw vote happening in a couple of weeks, i would go to iowa because that is where a lot of people will be covering, the media, candidates trying to win that straw vote that is where i would do the ads n eye iowa. >> stephen: so if i was going to be a player, make my mark in iowa. >> yeah, if you want to be a player, make your mark in iowa. >> stephen: whatever that means. or playa. (laughter) thank you so much, matthew dowd, abc news political analyst. and my advisor, matthew do >> stephen: welcome back everybody. my guest tonight the former democratic governor of the louisiana who is now a republican candidate for president, i better get to the interview table before he becomes a federalist. please welcome buddy roemer. (cheers and applause) governor, good to see you, please, sit down. >> a federalist, huh. >> stephen: well, i don't know. you were a democrat then you became a republican. >> i can see like lincoln, a wig, dinner republican. you have to be flexible, steve. >> stephen: all right, speaking of flexible we have a couple issues to deal with before we start the
michele bachmann spending the day in iowa. she's riding her bus across the state in an effort to connect with voters. we see time and time again with candidates here, the tour has to stop somewhere and usually that's a diner. cnn political producer shannon travis joins me now from iowa city. where is the congresswoman? didn't i hear -- you sent a note that said she arrived. where is she now? >> she's right behind me, t.j. >> oh, there she is! >> i'm going to apologize in advance to you and our viewers, it's a bit chaotic and crazy in here. remember, we are at a diner, so they're still serving breakfast and coffee and all of that. the congresswoman is right behind me. she's talking with voters, she's meeting and greeting. this is basically the start of a really big day for her here in iowa. she's on a bus tour. she kicks off her bus tour here in iowa with five stops. this is the first stop, here at the blue bird diner in iowa city. later on today, she'll have a tea party rally she'll be attending in des moines, iowa, at the state capitol, and attending a baseball game for the iowa cubs la
the border city. a violent drug cartel plans to target americans for robbery, drugs. >> there's news in iowa about a pair of republican hopefuls. michele bachmann is on a multi-city bus tour trying to build on her strong showing in a recent state-wide tour. iowa kicked off the season with the iowa caucus next year, and a shift in the iowa staff for republican herman kane. two top staffers have resigned. he's downplaying the changes and insists new hires are coming on board. >>> rhode island has legalized civil unions. it will give same-sex couples new breaks, health couple benefits, but it falls short of marriage. it fell through desmite strong opposition. >> up next, jaw dropping testimony from the woman who said she had an affair with casey anthony's father in the weeks after little caylee went missing. >> do you get to know mr mr. anthony a little better? >> yes. >> did you develop a relationship with mr. anthony? >> we started to. >> and was it an intimate relationship? >> yes. >> what else did crystal holloway have to say? we'll hear that when we come back. in here, the planned combinat
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and their strategies in iowa. thanks to the venture card from capital one, we get double miles on every purchase, so me and my lads earned arip to san francisco twice as fast we get double miles every time we use our card... i'll take these two... ...no matter what we're buying. ...and all of those. and since double miles add up fast, we can bring the whole gang! it's hard to beat double miles! whoa dude. [ male announcer ]et the venture card from capital one and earn double miles on every purchase, every day. go to capilone.com. what's in your wallet? >> bret: in america's election headquarters the republican hopefuls are focused on making good impression in the upcoming straw poll. but others are looking past iowa. carl cameron examines the strategy for 2012. >> reporter: former minnesota governor tim pawlenty kicked off three week of iowa barn storming in advance of the fox debate an straw poll with an r.v. tour and warning that iowanss should not waste their support on charismatic candidates who can't actually win. all but calling rival michele bachmann unelectable. >> it's of no value or little va
announced we would do our grand opening in iowa on july 11th and when you take this and look at the fact that we have a staff of nearly 35 permanent people and thousands of volunteers this is not a big deal. one other thing to consider: we will just announced that for the reporting period we reported raising nearly $2.5 million. here is the good news, 75 percent of those who contributed, were $100 or less. this campaign has lost no momentum because two people decided they wanted to move on with their lives and this campaign's momentum has not skipped a beat. all these are two fairly key people, your director in iowa and the main person in new hampshire saying particularly in iowa you were not serious enough in that key state. how would you respond to that? >> the way i respond, who defies "key person." >> if it's the director--. >> in my campaign, chris, i along with my chief staff, we determine who is key. i said we were already working on a replacement for these two people long before they actually left. yes, it was key position but it wasn't lick we didn't expect something like this
in a couple of weeks, i would go to iowa because that is where a lot of people will be covering, the media, candidates trying to win that straw vote that is where i would do the ads n eye iowa. >> stephen: so if i was going to be a player, make my mark in iowa. >> yeah, if you want to be a player, make your mark in iowa. >> stephen: whatever that means. or playa. (laughter) thank you so much, matthew dowd, abc news political analyst. and my advisor, matt [ jackhammer rattling ] ♪ lady, you shouldn't be here! oh, i'm not here! i'm just a figment of your imagination! but you are thinking about grabbing a rocky mountain-cold coors light at happy hour. maybe you could even buy me one... you're gorgeous! what's your name? it's jim. and thanks. keep it up jimbo! [ male announcer ] frost-brewed coors light. the world's most refreshing beer. [ indistinct conversations ] >> stephen: welcome back everybody. my guest tonight the former democratic governor of the louisiana who is now a republican candidate for president, i better get to the interview table before he becomes a federalist. please welc
to cialis.com. >>> michele bachmann signs a marital fidelity pledge in iowa. i'll explain to newt why it's safe for him to sign that thing in the rewrite. in fact, if you want to get ahead of me on this one, find the pledge online and study the footnote footnotes. before we get to that, why did activists target michele bachmann's husband for an undercover investigation? >>> congresswoman michele bachmann has a long record of publicly opposing same-sex marriage and once even fled -- filed a criminal report claiming to be trapped and threatened by lesbians in a public restroom. but new undercover video of the christian-based counseling clinic congresswoman bachmann co-owned with her husband, marcus bachmann has left her uncharacteristically quiet. >> a couple of news reports say -- >> sorry, no interviews. >> that bachmann and associatives are practicing repairtive therapy. can i get your thoughts on that? >> no interviews, sorry. >> the undercover video was shot by a gay rights group that opposes the pray away the gay therapeutic strategy of some christian groups. one took a hidden camera
to protect your human network. >>> michele bachmann signs a marital fidelity pledge in iowa. i'll explain to newt why it's safe for him to sign that thing in the rewrite. in fact, if you want to get ahead of me on this one, find the pledge online and study the footnotes. before we get to that, why did activists target michele bachmann's husband for an undercover investigation? introducing the schwab mobile app. it's schwab at your fingertips wherever, whenever you want. one log in lets you monitor all of your balances and transfer between accounts, so your money can move as fast as you do. check out your portfolio, track the market with live updates. and execute trades anywhere and anytime the inspiration hits you. even deposit checks right from your phone. just take a picture, hit deposit and you're done. open an account today and put schwab mobile to work for you. >>> congresswoman michele bachmann has a long record of publicly opposing same-sex marriage and once even fled -- filed a criminal report claiming to be trapped and threatened by lesbians in a public restroom. but new undercov
progress. michele bachmann push to win the iowa caucuses. who knew what when in the gun running operation fast and furious? congressman michael eisner joins us with new details. live from the studio in washington, this is "special report." good evening. i'm bret baier. president obama says the two sides haggling over the debt ceiling are still far apart but they are talking. he made the comments following a meeting with congressional leaders at the white house today and said another one is on the calendar for sunday. senior white house foreign affairs correspondent wendell goler has specifics. >> reporter: after an hour-and-a-half long meeting with the leaders of the house and senate, president said each side is jockeying for position and told reporters they will meet again sunday hopefully ready to deal. >> at that point, the parties will at least know where each other's bottom lines are. and will hopefully be in a position to then start engaging in the hard bar goning necessary to get a deal done. >> earlier in a picture-taking session before the meeting there was only small talk about
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in nuevo laredo. >>> michele bachmann is in iowa today, and steve travis was the only reporter allowed to speak with bachmann today. >> it's very important to be here and have a presence here because the values and the opinions that people have in iowa, they count for the nation, so it's important that we come here, this is the breadbasket of the world for a reason. this is where the food is grown, we have the best farmers in the world right here in iowa. so it's important to come and listen to what people have to say here in iowa and then take that message back to washington, d.c. >> shannon joins me now live from des moines. hello, shannon, michele bachmann is surging now in a recent iowa poll. >> reporter: it's really hard to hear you right now. there's a band playing behind me, so i can't quite hear that question. let me set the stage about what's going on and why we're here. michele bachmann is a feature speaker, she's the reason why all of these people are assem e assembling. an earlier stop in iowa city, it's one of five stops she has today in iowa. she basically kicked off her
only officially hinted at. >> it's so great to be here in iowa and even better to be here in waterloo where i was born. my name is michele bachmann. i stand here in the midst of many friends and many family members to announce formally my candidacy for president of the united states. >> stephen: she announced her candidacy from waterloo, a name synonymous with victory. [laughter] [cheers and applause] somebody won that battle, right? this fine lady wasted no time buttering up the people of iowa, not easy because i believe iowans come pre-buttered. jim? >> i often say everything i need to know i learned in iowa. >> stephen: republican, she left iowa at age 12 and has had the courage not to learn anything since. [laughter] of course, some people -- good-looking lady. some people don't know michele bachmann so she told fox news everything she wants us to know. >> what i want them to know is just like johnway was from waterlao, iowa, that's the spirit i have too. >> stephen: she has the spirit of john wayne but the critics couldn't wait to it in pick on a detail. >> johnway is from iowa b
the candidate" series continues. >> president obama has toured this country. he came through iowa and all these places and made all these promises and he's broken them or left most of them unfulfilled. >> a two-term governor and now he has his sights on the white house. after early missteps, can he raise his poll numbers and raise money to break through the unsettled republican field? gop presidential hopeful tim pawlenty joins me live in studio. plus, what the debt debate means politically for republicans in 2012 and the president's own re-election effort. analysis this morning from eugene robinson of "the washington post" and nbc news white house correspondent and political director chuck todd. >>> good morning. breaking news in washington's effort to reach a debt reduction deal. speaker of the house john boehner issuing a surprising statement last night, abandoning efforts to reach a far-reaching $4 trillion deficit reduction plan. this is what he said, "the white house will not pursue a bigger debt reduction agreement without tax hikes. i believe the best approach may be to focus on p
bachmann's weekend in iowa. the race for the white house. >> so exciting. an instant classic. more on the american women's impressive victory at the world cup. >> and another check on traffic and weather every ten minute >>> monday morning hope you're having a good start. heat and humidity making a comeback this afternoon. you will feel a big difference. looking outside, high pressure will move off the coast. a southwesterly winds later this afternoon. at the delmarva beaches mid 80's today and tomorrow for the high temperature with a chance of isolated storms. 90-95 today. best chance of showers western d.c. and zero valley, the potomac highlands. upper 60's-mid 70's tonight. high temperatures in the 90's tomorrow with the heat advisory above 100. let's get an update on the rush hour commute this morning. good morning to lisa baden. >>> in virginia it's good. no problems on the beltway, a wilson bridge, the american legion bridge, the memorial, roosevelt bridge, a key bridge and 14th street bridge. accidents on long 270 northbound leaving the beltway towards frederick just before
of the midwest. i want to point out across minnesota and portions of northern iowa, those excessive heat warnings have been allowed to expire, because they are looking at relief. with a cold front moving through. some of these index rallies from yesterday, 124° in wilmington, delaware. atlantic city, new jersey yesterday it felt like 122° at times. extreme heat, very dangerous stuff. here's a look at that cool front sweeping through portions of the great lakes. there is potential to see veer storms overnight across chicago, great lakes, that is something we'll be tracking. good thing with this system, areas in the northern plains as well as parts of the northeast will get a bit of a break from these extremely hot temperatures. by tomorrow, minneapolis, expecting a high of only 83. a little better in new york city 92°. by monday the northeast will see a big relief from these hot temperatures back to normal with a high of 82°. texas, still expecting triple digit highs 103 in dallas. raleigh, north carolina still above average high at 95. >> arthel: it stays hot at night, i know here in new york
voters in this iowa it is doing just that. while faith may lead to victory in the hawkeye state, as nbc explains it, it may not lead to the republican nomination. >> reporter: for iowa republicans, you got to have faith. take michele bachmann. at an iowa church two weeks ago it was more sermon than stump speech. >> jesus is part of every part of life, including law, including politics. >> reporter: bachmann's not the only one. >> for me my faith is very important to me. it influences all that i do. >> if you believe your rights come from your creator, then it is time for us to stand up to washington. >> reporter: the message has come in the past. in 2008, mike huckabee, a baptist minister, won the caucuses handily. in 2002008, 40% of iowa caucusgs say they were religion conservatives but that has jumped to 60%. just 1 in 5 registered republicans in iowa participate in the caucus so intensity matters. in 1988, pat robertson's army, as they were called, propelled the evangelical pastor to a surprise second place finish ahead of vice president george h.w. bush. >> probably most stunning st
to see you. congratulations on the book. straight ahead, former governor tim pawlenty is back in iowa. he got called the incar nation of george bush. is that an silt or compliment? and representative michele bachmann is taking off in the polls but news tonight that may stop her in her tracks. the latest hint about who is about to jump into the the race. you will hear it minutes from now. >>> the nasty feud between those two members of congress just got worse. and there is confusion tonight. did one of them apologize or not? now, there could be a fight over even that. that is coming up. mine was earned over the south pacific in 1943. vietnam, 1967. i got mine in iraq, 2003. u.s.a.a. autonsurance is often handed down from generation to generation, because it offers a superior level of protection and because u.s.a.a.'s commitment to serve the military, veterans, and their families is without equal. ben your lega. get an auto insurance quote. u.s.a.a. we know what it means to serve. on a track that simulates the world's toughest roads. ♪ [ tires screeching ] ♪ if it can survive this drive
are crisscrossing iowa hoping to use earth caucus to propel them to the nomination. while tim pawlenty directed considerable attention to michele bachmann's rhetoric, her record, and even her health, the minnesota congresswoman is trying to stay on message. chief political correspondent carl cameron is in iowa with the story. >> reporter: returning to iowa lead-off caucus campaign trail, michele bachmann faced a front page political headache about the migraine in the state largest newspaper. >> good to see you. >> reporter: she made no mention of her migraines at various stops, having claimed yesterday they have not affected her work when in fact she missed most in congress and canceled and postponed events because of the pain. far behind bachmann in iowa polls, fellow minnesotaen and former governor tim pawlenty stepped up the offense. >> the general proposition for all of the candidates if you are going to be president of the united states you have to do all of the job, all of the time. >> reporter: asked specifically about pawlenty's remarks, bachmann changed the suggest. >> sounds like a to
are republicans in iowa -- how carefully are republicans in iowa going to look at this? >> she is the best thing to happen to the democrats. >> you think she can win the nomination? >> it is not likely. she remains a longshot. she has a good chance of winning iowa, but i dhave not sure where she goes in terms of winning after that. she could easily end up number two. she is very appealing. the more you learn about our -- 23 foster kids, five kids of our own. looking after each other -- she talks about life, family, love the game after each other. it is not only rhetoric. she would have a hard time in the general election. >> defense secretary robert gates retired this week. they gave him a good a sendoff at the pentagon. he said when he looks back at his service, he will think of the younger warriors, the ones who never came back. remarkable guy, don't you think? >> certainly the only secretary of defense in history to serve the successfully and a president of different parties and get the trust and admiration of both of them. he had a sobering remarks on the way out. "i go to arlington, i go to
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